Job - 麵 包 部 廚 師 Bakery ( Commis I, II, III ), Lisboa Food and Wines Limited
Lisboa Food and Wines Limited

aims to deliver an upscale dining experience focusing on quality product, service and atmosphere. It currently owns and oversees the operations of six renowned restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong, including:

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is awarded three Michelin stars by the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau for four consecutive years.

Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon and Le Café de Joël Robuchon, both are considered to be one of the best tea salons in town.

The Grand Buffet is located in the only 360° revolving restaurant in Hong Kong and is well-known for its “a-la-minute buffet" concept.

We share the same phenomenal wine cellars with the Lisboa group in Macau which boasts one of the best lists in the world with a wine selection of over 14,000 wine labels. It has been honored with the Wine Spectator’s “Grand Award".

麵 包 部 廚 師 Bakery ( Commis I, II, III )

Job Ref.CT3107500-01#0007


  • 協助生產麵包
  • 須跟從菜譜製作食物及獨立工作
  • 嚴格遵守食物準備,處理,生產,配料,賣相及安全準則


  • 積極主動
  • 對食物製作有要求
  • 良好工作態度
  • 有團隊合作精神
  • 有責任心  


  • 薪酬優厚
  • 年終酬金
  • 年終花紅
  • 牙科及醫療保障
  • 強積金
  • 每月6天假期,12日有薪年假,男士侍產假及女仕產假
  • 免費膳食及集團用餐優惠
  • 集團酒店住房優惠
  • 在職培訓
  • 良好晉升機會



L'ATELIER de Joël Robuchon / Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon / Le Café de Joël Robuchon /
The Grand Buffet

Lisboa Food & Wines Ltd 葡京餐飲集團


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